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Forward Racing boss reveals Kawasaki 'contact'

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Gambalunga - Unregistered

March 10, 2013 10:43 AM

Grid places? Grid places? You should just be able to turn up with a bike that's within the rules and attempt to qualify it. the fact it's all a rigged show is what's wrong with Grand Prix racing at the moment. Ezpeleta should be hung up by his balls

Nick636

March 11, 2013 6:19 AM

@ Tetley

Can't argue with that at all.

@ The Bad Guy.

Yes and no. Sykes is actually not THAT big. Not as big as Spies anyway. Though I agree, Hopper is done. He showed last year he is just TOO fragile. Every time he gets a chance, he quite sadly spends most of the year sidelined due to injury.

shamarone

March 13, 2013 9:31 PM

breaking news. per motomatters, when asked, K-heavy's european rep confirms they have ZERO interest in motogp. they don' like that som', non' at all, any.

the equipment and infrastructure has been disbanded and their crosshairs are fully trained upon "the better mouse-trap" that is WSBK.

see guys, do not rely upon your own understanding. stick with s1, more often than not, he'll show you the fast line.

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